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    A Baby Dragon!!!

    Shapeshifting dragons, Dark Fae and an MI5 Agent with a memory altered by magic. Nikolai is a dragon who was orphaned at a young age. He was adopted by Ulrik and raised to be a Dragon King. Dragon Kings apparently sleep a lot. Nikolai is awakened and is tasked with easing tensions with Ulrik and other Dragon Kings. This task includes helping Edith, a MI5 agent retrace her steps she she can remember her past. It turns out Edith has magic of her own that she never knew about. They discover Edith’s magic, Nikolai shifts into dragon form. 3 stars The book was provided by NetGalley for an honest review.
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    Great Book

    This one is the latest in the Dragon Kings series and has plenty of action and romance. Donna Grant integrates the story of her main couple, spinning steamy scenes and battles with equal skill and continues to build on the multiple crossover series of the world she created while still keeping all the characters interesting and integral to the overall mysteries.
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    Heat

    Donna has done it this time! I fall into all of her Dragon books. This one went way over! I have gotten over 43 chapter books with short chapters but not this time. It was long reading. I still had to get to the end! I have all of her books. I like this series. This was a bit more reading. If you read this series you will meet all of her previous people-and Light Fae and Dark Fae. Some will be gone. Con and Ulrik are still at it. I have finally got to read read the names here. You will have to walk away when the Kindle is charging. Then, don't forget to grab the tissues even for the evils! Please choose to read this book. There is a lot of reading. Don't let this book get away. You won't regret it. Remember it is a long read. Enjoy
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    ***4 Stars***

    ***4 Stars*** Sooooooo, I kinda did a thing I don’t typically do...like ever. I read a book that was apart of a series and I haven’t read the series. *drops head and winces a little, then snaps head back up* Well, I have read something of the series, but it was a novella, so I’m not all too sure it counts, but at least I know something about the world right? Okay, maybe not, but let’s cut this part off for now and get to the nitty gritty. Despite not reading any other novels in the series, my curiosity was peaked by the whole recovery of memories issue with Esther and how a Dragon King could help her retrieve them, so I went against my own OCD and dove in and I really enjoyed their story. It was intriguing, sweet, smexy, filled with intrigue and had me wishing I’d started from the beginning, but also had me wanting to continue with it regardless because of that ending. I had a great time getting to know Nikolai and Esther. Nikolai, for all the big and bad Dragon King that he is, is a quiet sort of soul. He observes more than anything, but has no problem making his opinion known when it’s important, and his magic is really, really cool. Esther, on the outside is calm, cool and collected, but that has more to do with her training and the fact that her mind was scrambled by a Druid. I loved her determination to hunt down the Druid in order to retrieve her memories, but also the fact that she didn’t go off the rails. She was logical in her pursuit and as the fog started to lift, I loved the bright and golden heart it revealed. Their journey to their HEA was an interesting one considering the reason why Esther needed Nikolai’s help with retrieving her memories, there was no where for her to hide, but on the flip side, Nikolai was just as transparent so their mutual attraction built as they got to know each other on an emotionally intimate level. With all that was going on around them, the angst was kept to a minimum and I liked how their relationship evolved at a good pace. As I said in the beginning, I haven’t read any of the other books in the series, so jumping head first into the 12th book in the series was definitely outside my norm. But, I will say that though I didn’t pick up on the little threads of connections between the characters, I never felt lost when it came to the main series arcs. Ms. Grant did a great job of getting the reader caught up with all that was going on without it being a huge information dump and moving things forward. I really liked a lot of the secondary characters and with all that happened throughout the book and that ending, I’m thinking that I’ll be needing to keep an eye out for the next book because things look like they’re going to get even more interesting. ~ Copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley & voluntarily reviewed ~
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    One of my favorite DK books

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC copy of Heat by Donna Grant from NetGalley. Heat is the latest installment in Dark Kings series, but reading it as a stand-alone alone novel is possible. Past plot points relevant to the current storyline are summarized when necessary. I like to read books part of a larger world, and the Dark Kings are one of my favorites. Several of the subplots reach climactic levels in this story. I dread these conflicts playing out as much as I cannot wait for them to happen, as a lot is on the line for these characters. Nikolai and Esther integrate into the Dark King world in an authentic way that held my attention. Esther goes to Dreagen under mind-control to be an assassin when triggered. The Kings contain the threat she presents, but Esther remains troubled by her missing memories. Nikolai has carried the weight of guilt since his mentor Ulrik's banishment. Nikolai was content to spend his time sleeping as a dragon in his mountain, but the growing threats to the Kings have required him to awaken. Since Esther's arrival at Dreagan, Nikolai can think of nothing but her. Esther and Nikolai are well paired. Their connection to each other gives Esther hope to find her lost memories and helps Nikolai find peace with his past. Their gravitation toward each other was believable from the beginning, and their physical encounters were very seductive. Nikolai and Esther did not deny the attraction they felt for each other. I prefer this to a couple that spends half their story convincing themselves the reasons they can't be together are insurmountable. Heat lived up to my expectations of this series. Nikolai and Esther are my favorite Dragon King couple since Ryder and Kinsey in Smoke and Fire. I am very eager for the story to continue. All opinions are my own and may not match that of others. I encourage all readers to come to their own conclusions.
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